Marlborough, NH Campus
In 1971, the Waldorf School’s campus was expanded further when it received a 225-year-old farm, which is now known as Camp Glen Brook, in Marlborough, New Hampshire. Through the efforts and generosity of High School Chairman Peter Curran, Glen Brook has become a regular part of the school’s programs. Continuing their studies in this natural and “hands-on” setting of fields, woods, streams, and historic buildings, students in Grades 4 through 12 take a week-long trip while students in the third grade take a three-day trip. In 1999, through the generosity of Dr. Robert White and his son David White, Camp Glen Brook received White Meadows, increasing the New Hampshire campus to 250 acres.